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=Proposed Canon=
=Proposed Canon=
A dwagon is a [[non-humanoid]] [[flying unit|flying]] [[Unit]] with a strong melee [[combat]] capacity (via teeth, claws and tail) as well as a ranged projectile (typically a breath weapon). A dwagon can be [[mount]]ed by a rider,{{erf|1|003}}{{erf|1|006}}{{erf|1|031}} and can carry a passenger in addition.{{erf|1|041}}{{erf|1|116}} They are described as "big, scaly, flying lizards with lots of teeth and a bad attitude".{{erf|1|026}} They are only known to be popped at [[Gobwin Knob]], but they also occur as a "wild" unit. A presumably wild dwagon can be seen flying in the distance on the very first page.
A dwagon is a [[non-humanoid]] [[flying unit|flying]] [[Unit]] with a strong melee [[combat]] capacity (via teeth, claws and tail) as well as a ranged projectile (typically a breath weapon). A dwagon can be [[mount]]ed by a rider,{{erf|1|003}}{{erf|1|006}}{{erf|1|031}} and can carry a passenger in addition.{{erf|1|041}}{{erf|1|116}} They are described as "big, scaly, flying lizards with lots of teeth and a bad attitude".{{erf|1|026}} They are only known to be popped at [[Gobwin Knob]], but they also occur as a "wild" unit. A presumably wild dwagon can be seen flying in the distance on the very first page.
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Dwagons can be "plated" (armored, like horse barding). It is unclear how this is done: [[Fabrication]], randomly when popped, etc. It is also unknown whether it is a permanent or temporary upgrade, or if the plating can be moved from one dwagon to another. Presumably it does not occur on wild dwagons.
Gobwin Knob can Pop most types of dwagons.{{WoT|6051503}} As of now no other types are known.
Gobwin Knob can Pop most types of dwagons.{{WoT|6051503}} As of now no other types are known.

Revision as of 21:06, 17 September 2009

Dwagons SpecialAttacks.png
Dwagon
Class: Heavy Unit
Move: +/-56 (varies)Erf-b1-p046aSame-site.PNG
Special: Flight, Breath Weapon, Mount

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Proposed Canon

A dwagon is a non-humanoid flying Unit with a strong melee combat capacity (via teeth, claws and tail) as well as a ranged projectile (typically a breath weapon). A dwagon can be mounted by a rider,Erf-b1-p003Same-site.PNGErf-b1-p006Same-site.PNGErf-b1-p031Same-site.PNG and can carry a passenger in addition.Erf-b1-p041Same-site.PNGErf-b1-p116Same-site.PNG They are described as "big, scaly, flying lizards with lots of teeth and a bad attitude".Erf-b1-p026Same-site.PNG They are only known to be popped at Gobwin Knob, but they also occur as a "wild" unit. A presumably wild dwagon can be seen flying in the distance on the very first page.

Dwagons can be "plated" (armored, like horse barding). It is unclear how this is done: Fabrication, randomly when popped, etc. It is also unknown whether it is a permanent or temporary upgrade, or if the plating can be moved from one dwagon to another. Presumably it does not occur on wild dwagons.

Gobwin Knob can Pop most types of dwagons.WoT-6051503 As of now no other types are known.

Speculation

Known Dwagon Users

So far the only faction known to use Dwagons is the Gobwin Knob faction led by Stanley the Tool. It is repeatedly stated that he controls them through the use of the Arkenhammer and it may be they are not normally a faction unit.

Dwagon Types

Color Strength Breath Weapon
Red FireErf-b1-p012Same-site.PNGErf-b1-p031Same-site.PNGErf-b1-p050Same-site.PNG
Blue ElectricityErf-b1-p031Same-site.PNG
Brown (or Black) SmokeErf-b1-p031Same-site.PNG
Green Gas cloudErf-b1-p050Same-site.PNG
Pink Weaker typeErf-b1-p056Same-site.PNGErf-b1-p058Same-site.PNG Pink bubblegumErf-b1-p031Same-site.PNGErf-b1-p050Same-site.PNGErf-b1-p057Same-site.PNG
Purple Weaker typeErf-b1-p056Same-site.PNGErf-b1-p058Same-site.PNG Possibly SonicErf-b1-p079Same-site.PNG
Yellow Weaker typeErf-b1-p056Same-site.PNGErf-b1-p058Same-site.PNG Defecation [1] Erf-b1-p006Same-site.PNG Erf-b1-p031Same-site.PNG

Additional Information

Some evidence suggests that they may also come in 'armoured' and 'unarmoured' varieties.

References

1. ^  Balder, Rob. Erfworld - a knol by Robert Balder. http://knol.google.com/k/robert-balder/erfworld/23skug9txczm1/2 .
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